you sound like a person that I may respect... the dilemma is determining what is fair. The 22% territorial figure you quote is only partly accurate. You omit the 1st partition of Palestine. 80% of British mandate Palestine was split of from Jewish settlement and sovereignty in favor of Jordan. The fact is that a solid majority of Jordan is Palestinian. The remaining 20% retained the name of Palestine until Israeli statehood was achieved in 1947. The 22% remaining portion is the West Bank and Gaza. Palestinian leaders state that they require a connecting corridor through Israel. that territory expands the 22%. It is my hope that the Palestinians will stop placing impediments and join Israel in Peace negotiations without preconditions. Thus far they have been steadfast in their refusal.
Israeli soldier collapses, dies from heatstroke during visit to Jerusalem's Old City (Haaretz)
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